Shadows of Reality

In Book 7 of Plato's Republic, the old sage tells us to imagine people chained from childhood inside an underground den, or cave. They're forced to face the walls so they cannot turn their heads. Behind them, a fire is burning to provide a dim light. Between the prisoners and the fire, objects pass along... Continue Reading →

Solitude with God

There are times when I crave solitude with God. If you're reading this, I trust you know that feeling. Creating Solitude with God St. Anselm, the Archbishop of Canterbury from 1093-1109, felt it too: "Come now, little man! flee for a while from your tasks, hide yourself for a little space from the turmoil of... Continue Reading →

What the Bible Says About Climate Change

By Doug Carter Climate Change and Fossils I’m fascinated by fossils and what they can tell us about our world. Two weeks ago I traveled to the Virginia Museum of Natural History in Martinsville to view the world’s largest fossilized stromatolite cap. Stromatolite at the Virginia Museum of Natural History, Martinsville, Virginia Stromatolites are masses... Continue Reading →

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